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  • Volunteers Needed for Butterfly Project

    The Natural Resource Institute and the Bureau of Land Management Taos Field Office seek volunteers to assist in field studies regarding one of New Mexico’s rarest butterflies: the “Anasazi” race of Yuma Skipper (Ochlodes yuma anasazi). Please read on to see if this project is for you . . .

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  • FOREST BOUND: A Window into Native Plants

    Are you, or do you know a high school student looking for something FUN and FREE to do this summer? Do you have an interest in being out in nature and learning about plants? Funded by the National Forest Service, and in partnership with the Native Plant Society, the Institute

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  • Support the Botany Bill

       SUPPORT THE BOTANY BILL     The Botanical Sciences and Native Plant Materials Research, Restoration and Promotion Act, HR 1054, was introduced in the US House of Representatives in February, and is making its way through congressional committees.  The bill currently has 17 cosponsors, not including any of our

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